Senior Producer, WNYC - New York Public RadioAlex Goldmark is a journalist and public radio producer covering social enterprise, technology, sustainability, transportation and noteworthy whimsy. His work has appeared across the public radio spectrum on shows including: NPR’s Morning Edition, On The Media, APM’s Marketplace, the BBC World Service as well as WNYC - New York Public Radio where he is a Senior Producer in the newsroom. Among his duties at WNYC is editing the Transportation Nation reporting project, a partnership with several public radio stations to cover the social and environmental impacts of transportation and infrastructure policies. Alex is also a Visiting Assistant Professor at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism and a co- founder of Longshot Radio, an experiment in technology and collaborative storytelling. Previously, he helped launch two national political talk radio programs for the erstwhile Air America Radio Network. Before that adventure, he served as a researcher and consultant for the World Bank and the Aspen Institute, studied (and tried to end) poverty and violence in the favelas of Rio de Janeiro and earned a Master’s degree in Public Policy from Georgetown. Born and raised in New York, Alex lives next to the Brooklyn Bridge.
3rd February 2016